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Dear Waverley Borough Council,

Could you please provide me with the All documentation and communications relating to the godalming / guildford greenway, including meeting minutes, internal emails, costings, etc....

Yours faithfully,

Adam Clark

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Dear Mr Clark,

 

Many thanks for your email requesting information.

 

The Council has reviewed your request and discussions relating to the
Guildford and Godalming Greenway have been ongoing for several years. To
identify and locate the requested information we require clarification and
further information.

 

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Waverley Borough Council

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From: Freedom of Information
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Subject: Acknowledgement - WAV1405872

 

Dear Mr Clark,

 

Freedom of Information Request: WAV1405872.

 

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On 16 March 2020, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) published an
[1]announcement concerning public authorities' responses to requests for
information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) in view of
the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

 

The default timescale under FOIA requires public authorities to respond
within 20 working days of receiving the request.

 

Because of the potential diversion of resources from compliance and
information rights work as a result of COVID-19, the ICO will not penalise
public authorities for "prioritising other areas or adapting their usual
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response as is in place under FOIA.

 

In a separate announcement, the Local Government Secretary has stated that
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Yours sincerely,

 

 

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Waverley Borough Council

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Hi Sarah,

I am really looking for everything from the start of the year to now,

I have a file name that I am specifically interested in which is "CSE42 draft options cycle report.docx", which have seen referenced in communications from a FOI with GTC.

Realistically though, interested in all communication and documents that have gone into the formation of all parts of the godalming side of the greenway, so Lammas Lands, Burys and the park. As want to understand the decision process that has gone into what has come to consultation.

Sorry if this is a bit of an annoyingly large scope still,

Yours sincerely,

Adam

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information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) in view of
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Because of the potential diversion of resources from compliance and
information rights work as a result of COVID-19, the ICO will not penalise
public authorities for "prioritising other areas or adapting their usual
approach". The ICO cannot extend the statutory timescales, but will take
into account the compelling public interest during the health emergency
when assessing any complaint of non-compliance.

It appears that this approach will be taken in respect of requests for
environmental information under the Environmental Information Regulations
2004 (SI 2004/3391) (EIR). The EIR apply the same default timescale for a
response as is in place under FOIA.

In a separate announcement, the Local Government Secretary has stated that
councils will be able to "use their discretion" on deadlines for FOIA
requests (see Legal update, Government confirms support for local
authorities in response to COVID-19).

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understanding.

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